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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 August 1880

HOSE, FARM AM) GAR DO. A hex may bo calculated to consume sixty pounds of grain in a year and lay fifteen pounds of eggs. Mosquitoes are said to be expelled or disabled by placing a little bubach or insect powder on some burning paper in tlio bedroom. Milk in any form is good for poultry- Mixing it with ground feed is not only nutritious and healthy for chicks, but" is one of the best articles of food for fattening foyls and for producing Molasses Cookies. One cupful of molasses, one cupful of sugar, two thirds cupful of hot water, two-thirds cupful of lard or butler, one egg, one tcispoonful of alum, one teospoonf ul of saleratus, and two teaspoonfuls of gin ger. These ingredients will make ninety to 110 cookies. Deef Hash. Two tumblers of hot water, a large spoonful of butter, three tablcspoonfuls of grated cheese andthe same of tine bread crumbs; then season highly with cayenne pepper, adding three tumblers "of cold beef, minced. It should all be stirred well together and served ...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 28 August 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. GAIURDAY. AUG. 2S. The people of ChatauqUa county and that section of the Teir'nory adjoining have lost a large comber of cattle It the Texas fever. Tie Caldwell Commercial save: We have not heard of a single initancc of Texas cat tle ftver in lUs section, and we judge there from that the Ion of cattle in Cbatauqua county must arise from some other dii-eae. Occ thing ne do know to be a fact. That i, farmers and dealers pay too little attention to watering their stock at the protwr times and places Cattle, like human beings, will suffer and die from the want of water, or the life of that which is foul or impure. Too many suppose that any mud-puddle ia good to qutnch the thirst of catllr, and hence al low their stock 10 drink anylhirg they can find which has the appearance of being a liquid. The consequence invariably is, that slock sicken and die, end the result is hid to the Texas cattle disease. Plenty cf pure water, ordiniry care and half decent t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

DODGE CITY TIMES. VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 4, 1880. NO. 16- & PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. SUTTON. E- F. COLBORN. ATTORNEYS AT CAW, DODGE CITT. KAN. Oftlce In l'ost Office Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ATTORNEY AT CAW, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will practioe in the State and Federal Courts. W. F. MASON, PHKSaCIAr ANO SURGEON, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders may be lelt at Fringera Drug Store. Residence eat end of Military avenue. CENTENNIAL B.1BBER SHOP. LEMLEY it KOCH. Proprietors. Shaving. Shampooing and Hair Coining done in me latest uasuuju. BR1NKMAN. BROS. &. WEBSTER. LIUBEU DE1LEB8, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. t. l. Mccarty, m. d. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IN DKCGS, MEDICINES. Chemicals and perfumery, Toilet Goods, Brash es, Sponges, Dye Stuns, Paints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brashes, Sponges, Dye Staffs Paints. Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISI...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

TTTP TifYnfrP. fll'I'Y TTMnS suitctl to my abilities, told mo to hire lih lAJIMllJUlll JUU. L haH and 0 int0 thc starvation busi- SCRSCCirTIOX: tiOOprtfr,lllTic. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editob. MAN'S REMOTE ANCESTOR. fatiietio miBCTC to thai "scaxtv rokt or WATEK-BEAST," THE ASC11UAX. TnE ancestor remote of man. Fays 1) w n. Is th' ascidian, A scanty sort of water-beast That, !W,0W,fli) years at lcist llefore gorillas came to tte. Went swimming up and down the sea. Their ancestors the pious praise And like to Imitate their ways: I low-, then, doe our first parent live. What lew in bun bis life to give? TV ascidian tadpole, young and gay, 1Mb life with oue bright ee sun ey: Ills consciousness bus cay play. He's sensitive to irrlef and pain. Has tall and spine, and !enrs a brain. And evrythlng that tits the state l I creatures we call venenrate. Hut aire comes on: with sudden shock He sticks his bead against a rock! Ills tall drops off, his eje drops in. Ills brain's atp-orltod Into his...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. StlttCBIPIIOX : i 00 pr Ter, la Xtmtt. NICHOLAS 15. KLALNE, - Editou. TBE MRED SQUIRREL. A IllMAV FABLE. A uov to the nnirrel said: Work faithfully for me. And when your task is done, my friend. Jtow arded you shall be With barrelf ul of lineal nuts, fresh from My own nut tree." "My Uon king," the squirrel said, "to this 1 do agree. ' The squirrel tolled both day and night, yuite faithful to bis hire: o hungry and w faint, sometime, lie thought he must ciplre. nut still he kept his courage up, and tugged With might and main. How nice the nuts will rastc," he thought, W hen I my barrel gain." At last, when ho was nearly dead. And thin, and old. and grav. Cuothlion: "There's no more hard work You're lit to do. I'll pa) ." A barrclful of nun ho gave ripe, rich Anil big, but oh! Tho squirrel's tears ran down his checks; Il6'd lost his teeth, jou know. Zurth American. A STAGE-DKIYER'S STORY. Fourteen ears ago I drove from Danburv to Littleton, a distance of forty-tw...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE C11Y. SATURDAY. SEPT. -L Ui:SO:IITIOX: 2 0Optrytar, in advance K. It. KLAI.tK.EililorandPubliotirr. Kkteked attuePosioffice at Dodge cltv, kaxsaf, as sec03d-clas3 mail MATTEE. THE SUGAK BUSINESS AT LAENED. 1'awcee county is deToticg considerable attention to BorrLuiu ralrirr. The cnlliia- tion of amber cane 'will be n important industry in this portion cf tbe State. Tbe importance ol tbe sugar interests may te in ferred from the following from tie Larned Chronoscope: U. fc. Commissioner W. G. LeDuc, tcccm runiid by bin private secretary O. D. La Dow, and Win. B. LcDuc, Lis ton, visited Mr. Eennjworth's sugar mills Thursday. Mr. Eennyorih was very accommodating cr.d eLowed bis visiters tbe largest sorgho raill ever built for sugar making. Tbe ca pacity of tbe mills is one hundred tons per day, and will giveetnploymenttofiftytearcs and nearly double that number of men. From the floor to .tbe top of the vacuum pan is G feet, tbe pan being six feet in dia met...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

i t i m LOCAL NEWS. TlflE TABLE-A., X. A S. F. R. B UOIXG rAST. Passenger.. 155 a.m. Ia5ngcr. 11 35 p.m. Freight 7:50 r.x. Freight TrJO am GOLSO tTXST. rsatDser..3:55 a. v. Passenger. 3:65 rju. Freight.... J:Wp.m. Frejgbt.... 1:15 am. Fogs and dews the part week. Plowirg is exctllcnt. Much wheat will be sown. The Dodge City Public School open) the coming Monday. Lloyd fchinn is sick with inflammation of the bowels. lie is improving. A fine sfcower tell Wednesday night. The rain was heavy northwest of here. C. W. Willett, an old Dodgeite, now in the cattle business, was in the city Monday. If Frot didn't want to, why did he want to; he wanted to go, and he didn't go and he'll Hay at home herealter. At Quincy, 111., on the 25th of August, Mrs. C. S Hungerford gave birth to a girl. Charley is exceedingly happy. Fine corn fine millet, fine grass, in West ern Kanss"; and yet this section is reported in a famishing condition. Dr. II. M. Clark, of Speareville, called Tuesday. Dae wears a n...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

To Telephone Acro the Atlantic A few mouths ago one V. A. KIcmm, Ccrraan resident in Xew York, per fected an invention for Riving additional itowcr to the Dranghbaugh telenlione Jraughbangh, by tlie way, had fortu nately laVen the necessary steps to so. cure his rights and maintain them, when necessary, by interference, as it is technically called, against all later comers. Mr. Klenim has done the name, but it was not until lately that capitalists were induced to put money into the thing. A merchant and a law yer of ILtrrisburg purchased Mr. l)raughbaugh's rights. The transfer and the basis upon which it was effected became known to a few energetic men, who at once, acting uuder the best legal advice, organized a company for their purchase. Most of the stock the con trolling interest, indeed is held here in Cincinnati; but a number of influen tial and wealth business men of the East are associated with thera. They have received the Klc.mm as well as the Draughbaugh titles to economi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

HOME, FARM AD UAKDE5. Horses hate solitude, and are made savage by being kept alone. Fkesekvixg Sacks. In Germany sacks are admirably preserved by steep ing tbem in a solution of tannin for twenty-four hours and instantly drying them; two pounds of tan is allowed to steep in twelve quarts of boiling water for one hour, and is then filtered. A coiiresposdent of the Massachu setts Plouohmnn gives the following remedy for choked cows: One pint of milk, half a pint of soft soap simmered together. Give the cow half the ouan titr. Hold the cow's head up and rub the throat. Then let the heail go down suddenly. If that does not relieve, give the other half. I havo never known a case where the second dose has been required. The Iowa Matlisonian, gives another reason why farmers should keep a few bees: "And then you want a few hives of Italian bees to fertilize your red clover and make it yield seed (for clover will not produce seed where them are no humble bcc3 or Italians.) and gather up th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 4 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES- DODGE CITV. SATURDAY. SEPT. 4. ABOUT KAIX. Iter. James French, of Colorado, who has given the subject of rainfall much attention, writes to an Eastern journal as follows : "All signs fails in dry times." This is an olJ adage that was supposed to indicate an exception to natural law. But ob-crva-tion and experience prove it is perfectly in accordance with it. Drought produces drought. This appear" from the fact that the dry ground which is consequent in dry weather does not jiosstwi the medium of at traction for the moisture in the atmosphere. Ifence when it begins to rain this sign of continual drought ceirCf, and as farmers sir, "rains easy." The theory is false that there is no tnoi'ture in the atmosphere. It is there, tut in a dry time it does not precipi tate. It comes over us and then scatters and leaves u, drawn away by the attraction which abundant wet affords in other locali ties. Who has not observed that showers follow rivers ? Why? It is because of t...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

4 v DODGE CITY TIMES. vol. vn. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 11, 1880. NO. 17- PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN. M. W. SUTTOX. F- COLBOIW. AITOBJfKlfl AT LW, DODGE CITT. KAX. Ofuce In Tost Ofllce Buildlnj. HARRY E. GRYDEN, rAIIOBXET AT I.AW, DODGE CITY. KAS. Will practioe In the State and Federal Court. W. F. MASON, PHVBlCIAIf AJIO aUBGEOM, DODGE CITY. KANSAS. Orders mar be lett at Friogert Drugstore. Besidence east end of Military avenue. CESTEBXIAI. BABBER SHOP. HENBYKOCn, Proprietor. Shaving. SbampooinK and Hair Coining done In IUC MK3I tMUI BRINKMAN. BROS. & WEBSTER. LUMBER DBALEHI, DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Railroad track. T. L. McCAKTY, M. D-. Physician and Druggist, DEALER IX DRUGS, MEDICINES, Chemicals and perfumery. Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponges, Dye StuEs, Taints, Oils, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drags, Medicines, Chemicals AND PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Brushes, Sponges, Dye Stuffs Taints, 003. Etc. DODGE CITY. KANSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BI8HES AN...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. ' SCBSCKIPTIOX: $20pfr Tear, In Urine. NICHOLAS B. KLAINE, - Editob, OTBEll FELLOWS TIUXK SO, TOO. TnEKE'fl Just one thin? a roan can hare In all this world of won and filrlle. That make the business not too bad, And that one thing-' an easy wife. Dost fancy that I lovo ray glfi For rosy cheeks or raen hair? Ebe bnlds ray heart because she laughs Jlecause she lau frus, and tloetn'c care I put my 1-oota Just where It suits. And flndtbctn where I put them, too; That Is a tnlnjr, you must allow, A c hap can very seldom do. 1 leave iny paers on my desk; She never dusts them in a heap. Or tekes to light tho kitchen stove The very one 1 want to keep On winter night mr cozy dame Will warm her toes lieforo the Are; bo never scolds iilstut tho lamp, Or wants the wick it trltle higher. On Fundays she is not so tine Hut what her nicies I can bug-; I light my pipe just where I please. And spill tho ahcs on the rug. The 1cd is never filled with "shams" A thing some women vi...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. 'SCItSCBIPTIOX : ?i 00 pr r Ter, In JLttxntt. NICHOLAS I!. KLAINE, - Editor. SIIADQW-LASD. Fab from the world that we live in to-day ihidow-land lies: None know how far It Is notio know the way. What are its boundarle no one con say. Only surmise: Koonc In life ha set foot on that hnre. Formed from tho wreck of the sad nevermore. Memory govern tht hndowy Hnd. lieiirnlnB supreme: Ofttimes there tome at her wonl of command Form we have known, from tho far-distant strand. Faint a a dretm: Form of those dear In the days which havo Sown. Form of beloved ones In llfes morning known. Withthcmtheybrin?long-lo3t scenes of the past Hack to our view: ricture of friendship not destined to last. Loe4 that ffrow weak 'neath adversities blast, raintod anew: ltidirc and rlrple In Time's shifting sand, lliddcn till now In the far Shadow-land. Tinstejft Matziae. HOW TO MAKE CHILDREN RE LIABLE. Those parents who most keenly feel their responsibilities are in danger of watching th...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

TEE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY, SEPT. 1L EUBSCIUITION: 2 00peryear,in advance ff. B. KIja.s'XE.Edllor and Publisher. E-VTEBED ATTIIeI'ObTOFFICEAtDoDGE U1TY, KAKiAS, AS SEC0KD-CLAE3 .MAIL HATTEB.J THE AID BUSINESS ABEOAD, The soliciting of aid ouUide of Kansas ia becoming diereputahle. The feeling against tlie movement is aJfo becoming great id the State, as we judge from the distrustful co mments in tbe pr et. There has been to drought in this portion of the Stale since t Le first cf Mar. The people who remained haTe been able to raise fair summer crops. Many perrons have obtained work outside cf their horses. Anions the number who remained very few were ol jects of charity, A number have refused to receive employ ment, preferring to remain on their claims. Ford county ia reported to have eight hun drei indigent or destitute persons. How this numLcr wii obtained is readily learned by co effort. J. W. Sicllow, County Commis- ticnt,r, reported no destitute in tbe district ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

1 la-I LOCAL NEWS. TIME TABLE-A., T. S. F. at. M. GOING CAST. OOIXO WX8T. rtuenccr..lUA.K. raasenger..3.&5 a.m. I'aAseot;tr..I 65 p.h. raasenger. MJ rjt. rrel.-ht 7:50 r m. Freight.... ldnr.H. tVeig&t Two a.m. l'relitbt.... 1:15 a M. Firemen's bill on the 17th. A. J. Peacock and wife returned Wednes day from Twit to Topeka. There wa a light Frost rjundsy morning. Father and daughter doing well. A cold wafe Tuesday night and Wedncs dsy, and the wind in the loutheast A fireman by the name of Tyler died in this citT Wednesday, a'trr a short illness. The weather is a little too cool for ice cream and at little loo wirm for oyster. Mr. J. H. Oierholx his retnrned to Las Vegu; she wis accompanied by Mrs, Wolfl A. B. Webster took his dioe of horses to Iowa, where a good sale was expected to be made. Chas.E. Willetta, an enterprising stock man of Edwards county, was in the aty on Tuesday. Great demand for laborers in the hay field and on the railroad; and yet we bur of pov erty and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

Adrlce Hratls. Neveu bo idle; always have some thing on your bands, said the glove-dc.-ilcr. Never uso tobacco in any form, as tho father remarked when he took the quid out of hit nioujti and put his pipe in. Count ten before you speak. This is peculiarly applicable to caucus usajje, except that it might stop the stream of eloquence that now make the American caucus so edifying. Never leave that till to-morrow which you, cau do to-day. Put in all tho loaf ing you can to-day; you may not get a -chance to-morrow. "l)o as I do, can't you?"" These are words that arc continually being acted out. If you follow another's example lie will presently turn about and com plain t hat you are aping him. Some folks are hard to satisfv. - Never say dye! Tho barber will overlook it in you, however, if yon say it to him. When a man advises you to tako some patent remedy, make sure that he isn't its proprietor or an undertaker. Never tako offense. It will not be considered cow-yard-ly, however, if you...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

HOME, FARXAXD GARDES. Tepid water is proJnce J by combin ing tnro-thinls cold and one-third boil ing water. A noon cow ought to produce 8,000 pounds of milk annually; but in this country the average is only about half that, while in Holland 10,000 pounds is only considered a fair yield. Socu Milk Cake. One pint of sour milk, two cups of sugar, two cups of chopped rasins, one-half cup of butter, one dessert spoonful of soda, all kinds of spice; stir in tlour till quite thick. Hominy Cakss. One pint of cold hominy, half a pint of llour, one egg, one tablepoonful of melted lard or butter, street milk to make a batter rather thin and a tcaspoonful of yeast powder. To Clean Stove Mica. Mica in stoves (often wrongly cillcd isin glass), when smoked, is readily cleaned bjf taking it out and throughly washing with vinegar, a little diluted. If it does not come off at once, let it soak a little. Ginger C uces. Mix one pound flour and quarter-pound loaf-sugar. Kub into it half-pound butter, tw...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 11 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES. DODGE CITY. SATURDAY. SETT. 11. OUE PAWNEE COUNTY LETTER. Laekep, Kas., Sept. 9, JSSO. To the Edltorof the Times. Who ever saw a better country than Kan w; tain neatly every night, and now and then on Sunday. Weather very fine, neither too hot nor too cold; too wet or too dry; ev erything growing on the run. Here we are wiling better and cheaper grade eve and finer and cheaper rams than any one elie car; putting up wind mill for a mere trifle, that bid difiance to the strongest gales, and furnishing Ladd's eheep dip at cort. We are catting our drilled ecrghum that wu put in last of June, with our reaper and four horses; it atands fire to feven feet hign and as thick as hair on a dug; and part of it grows on a Bind hank that we had left af ter rolling our rams in it before we sheared; ire lost the big boom Ibut got the sorghum and the biUnce of the sand. Oar sowed corn is equal to the sorghum; our rice corn that waa planted late in July ctandi higher than a shor...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 September 1880

( DODGE CITY TIMEK VOL. VH. DODGE CITY, KANSAS, SEPT. 18, 1880. NO. 18- i h '7 PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SUTTON &. COLBORN, M. W. SUTTOS. COLBOKS. ATTeBIlBYrJ AT WW, DODGE CITT. KAX. Offlee in Tat Offlee Building. HARRY E. GRYDEN. ATTeB.WET AT UW, DODGE CITV. KAS. Will practloe in the State and Federal Courts, V. F. MASON. PHMCIAlf AIB lUTBGEOSI, DODGE CITV. KAXAS. Ordera roar be lelt at Fringed Drns Store. Residence east end of Military avenue. CE.fTEnXIAI. BABBEB SHOP. HENRY KOCH. Proprieter. baring. Shampooing and Hair Cuming done in inc latest uuuiuu, BRINKMAN. BROS. Jfc WEBSTER, I.V31BER DBAE.EBS. DODGE CITY. KAS. Yards south of Eailroid track. t. l. Mccarty, m. d. Physician aud Druggist, DEALER IX DBCGS, MEDICINES. Chemical and iwrrfumery , Toilet Goods, Brush es, Sponge, Dje Slugs, IainU, Oila, etc. HERMAN J. FRINGER, DEALER IX Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals AXD PERFUMERY Toilet Goods, Itnuhea. Sponges, Dye Stuff. Paints, Oils, Etc. DODGE CITY. KAXSAS. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, BI9HB...

Publication Title: Dodge City Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Dodge City times. — 18 September 1880

THE DODGE CITY TIMES SlBsCCiniOX: $;OKrTtr, In Xiwintt- NICHOLAS nKJuSkhV- XwtojL' TWOSCOI2E AXD TEX. Amo (heaWpy, tin-brrel atimphr Of 1bepow-tluackcrcd, square oM mcctlni- bOU$ Tbronjrb ibo hltrii window, I could see and hear The for crows cawlnff In the forct boughs. The earnest preacarr talked of Youth and -lire: Life n book. who line nre fllttlnp fast ; Knch v ord a moment, c cry 5 ir n pJe, 0111, Uaf by leaf, we julcklj turn tne last." Even while ho pjoic, the sunshine's witness crept 1y in&uv a fair and many a (frizzled bead, Somudnopinx heavily, as if tbe Mept, Our the uufptlled minutes atthe fpod. A boy of twelve, with fancier frcch and Mmnr. Who fnuud the text no cushion of repose, Whn di nicI the rtiortosl srnn fur too lone, Myth'nijfbts wcr lu the trew-lops with the vnw; Or farther ftlU I Roared, upon the back Or whltrelnuis tallins- in the f horde- blue Till he recalled me no in their fiazzlinjr track lothehld nieetlng-houso and hiKb-bacVed pew. TocarorcMJVlhoxl,nsI...

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